Very old variety dating from the 12th century, with a fabulous flavor. Don't be fooled by the appearance of its rough, cracked skin reminiscent of a toad's skin! This elongated root is very well preserved. Late due to its slow growth. 75-80 days.
Direct sowing in May June, 1 cm deep, every 5 cm in rows spaced 30 cm apart. Thin out every 15 cm. Or sow in staggered rows spaced 20-25 cm apart.
Our seeds are reproducible. You can preserve them and share them around you.
Heirloom and open-pollinated varieties grown naturally in the garden.
Let's take care of life, one seed at a time!